Thanks. :D (Definitely didn't copy your face.)
I hope I win, since I know I'm not getting a computer for Christmas, lol.
Anyone hoping I will win? Anyone? Probably not.
Did you get thermal paste? Also this is optional, but get an anti-static bracelet so you won't make static electricity when building your computer.
I updated my part list: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/kWFkCJ
Is it good?
The only reason why I don't want to choose the processor you choose is because it only supports DDR3 RAM. And the RAM you choose is $30 for 1 stick of 8GB, while the RAM I choose is 2 sticks of 4GB for $30, with higher speed, too. Should I go with a different processor then? I still want it to be cheap, though. (pl0xz don8 graphics card 2 me!!!!11!!1!!11!!111)
Any recommendations to this list?
Thanks for helping! (Fast replying too, lol.)
So is this all good now?
I actuary like that case too, lol. It says it comes with no fans, so should I get a few to put in the case?
Ok, thanks! Also, what case do you recommend? I feel like the case I choose was too expense. I want a "beginner-friendly" case, since I never built a computer before.
Does the AMD graphics card I choose outperform the GeForce GTX 960 I also choose? Because they are both the same price in PCPartPicker.
I have heard that SUES sharers run better on AMD graphics cards.
This is the new part list: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/FVyd4D
Someone says that graphics card runs hot, so I'm not sure if I should get it, but it shouldn't be a big problem.
Okay. Is this good? http://pcpartpicker.com/p/R7d2gs
Another thing, which AMD graphics card is equivalent to the Geforce GTX 960? Because it might be cheaper and I might get it instead.
Oh, okay. Thanks.
Why do people say Logisys makes bad power supplies? What is the reason? I did hear before that they explode sometimes.
I made a new part list, http://pcpartpicker.com/p/FJjQ8d
I'm not sure if I should keep the Geforce GTX 960, and if I should switch the wireless network adapter with a USB 2.0 one.
Does the stock cooler already have thermal paste on it? Also, should I go with Seagate or Western Digital? I had some problems with Seagate in the pass, it was hard drive failure, but they might of made there hard drives better now.
But... but... I always look at the 80+ rating on a power supply, and I always trust EVGA, Corsair, and SeaSonic's power supply ratings. ;( (So does it matter if I get a 80+ Gold or 80+ Bronze?)
I think I am the youngest on the site.
I only signed up for the contest. XD
Oh, the "Part List Opinions Wanted" section. I feel like a noob.
Where in the forum? I'm still kinda new here so I don't really know what you mean, lol.
Knew someone one do this, lol.
Nvidia seems to have the more games support because since its a more "well-known" brand, a lot of games have special Nvidia only features. I would recommend Nvidia if you have a lot of money to spend, but if you want a cheaper card I'll go with AMD. Some stuff like SEUS shaders for Minecraft have bugs with Nvidia cards, so you might then need an AMD card. For some reason, I just really like Nvidia, so I would go with them. But it is really only up to you for which card to get. If you want to play more demanding games, I would go with Nvidia. Someone might say to get AMD, and prove me that Nvidia sucks, but it is up to you.
Check it out! Probably won't win.
Probably won't win, but it's nice to enter to try. Hope you like this guide!